February 2021, Vol. 248, No. 2

Projects

Two-Year Plan Proposed to Undo Work on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The developers of the now-canceled Atlantic Coast Pipeline have laid out plans for how they want to go about unwinding the work that was done for the multistate natural gas project and restoring disturbed land. In a filing with federal regulators, the company proposed a two-year timeline for efforts across West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina, where progress on the project ranged from uninitiated to essentially complete.  The plan outlines where the company wants to clean up felled trees and where it plans to leave them behind, and it proposes abandoning the 31 miles (50 km) of pipe that was installed in place.  “We spent the last several months working really closely with

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